PERU — Paul Guyer was 18 when he decided to start a moving company. It was 1921, and he had just two horses and a wagon to haul the ice and animal feed that came off the trains stopping in Peru.
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This is the first in a series of three Thanksgiving columns about being content. The second column will appear in the Nov. 18 edition, and the…
Dick Bougher remembers when the local Chrysler plants had large signs in the parking lots banning foreign cars from entering. He remembers when people would sometimes flip over a Volkswagen if they saw it parked downtown.